The tour presents a stunning selection of local artisan work at each garden.
If you would like to commission one of the artists from the 2018 tour contact them directly.
Beverly Ann Moore | BAM — Nature inspired art, amulets, cards, and textiles. Nature inspired works. Different as the universe.
214-215-5430 web site
Rebecca Swann | Jewelry — Jewelry designs in sterling silver featuring lost wax casting of natural objects such as seed pods or twigs. Many of these one-of-a-kind pieces also include semi-precious stones and tumbled, recycled glass.
Krista Dunham | Recycled Wood Art — Handmade art including wall art, prints and paintings.
214-793-0208 firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram.com/marendevineart Instagram.com/recycledwoodart web site
Patty Goya | Koke Gardens — Kokedama (moss ball) is an old Japanese art form. Known as the “poor man’s Bonsai” as moss and dirt create the pot. It’s easy care and simply beautiful.
214-923-8571 Instagram.com/kokegardens web site
Mike & Shelly Clem | Letter Lounge — Forgotten classics are given new life. Our Artisans craft old books into letters, numbers, ampersands and such.
214-837-8419, 972-404-4666, 214-403-7547 email@example.com web site
D’Nell Sherbet | Gable Gargoyles — Unique handcrafted roof top gargoyles and garden statues artwork to beautify your home indoors and out. All pieces are cast out of portland cement and hand finished in bronze with aged patina. Our art looks like it is hundreds of years old.
214-850-9896 web site
Casa Linda Estates
Leslie Davis | Inspired by everyday things, especially birds. Expressed through different media such as oil pastels, oils, pen & ink and more.
MykoLyna Mykolyna | Founded in 2002 as a small family business involved in crafting and selling unique and unusual creations made of wood, birch bark, glass seed beads, etc.
Shady Grove Trading Post — Handcrafted Stoneware Pottery by BaBaG Inspired by Nature… as a youth, starting with clay from the Lake Tawakoni Shores. Always a naturalist. Earth, Air, Fire & Water… A state of reality.
Robin Funk Heath | Metal Funk — Metal sculpture artist with a passion for molding metal into creative, abstract and functional metal pieces for home and garden. Robin began welding as a hobby in 1997 and has both public and private collections throughout the country. Robin works out of her home studio in northeast Dallas.
214-304-3136 Metal_funk@hotmail.com web site
Little Forest Hills
Timothy Green | Steel Salvation — “Where art meets the Arc”… metal sculpture… Imaginative fire pits and other welded art for gardens, patios and the home. Made of STEEL — absolute in durability, strength, and universal application.
214-283-4673 firstname.lastname@example.org web site
Karen Williams | StoneWorks Mosaics — StoneWorks Mosaics are one of a kind using vintage china, stained glass and found objects; inclusive of frames, bird houses, mirrors, flower pots, tables, jewelry, belt buckles, etc. It’s a great way of recycling/ repurposing/preserving special memories: custom orders accepted.
Betsy Doan | Carpe Clay! Betsy’s Mud Puppy Studio —Carpe Clay is pleased to present hand built ceramics, both fun and functional and decorative for the home, and fun filled whimsy for your garden oasis. Colorful fish, dancing nymphs, seahorses, and mermaids are a joyful addition to outdoor spaces.
Textur Haus | A jewelry design studio that specializes in unique pieces utilizing semi-precious stones that tell a story.
Janice Somerville | Fun, functional and colorful wheel thrown pottery and metal yard art.
Yellow Rose | Harper and Sarah, local teen artists have a collection of gouche paintings. These paintings will make a lovely addition to your art collection with their bright colors and interesting shapes.